Keeping the lower back healthy is essential for being able to carry the extra weight of your growing baby. Asymetrical exercises strengthen each side of the back independently. Being on all 4s is a great position for pregnancy as it allows your baby to lie in the hammock of your belly with plenty of space to move around.
Open twists are a great way to massage tired shouders and upper back. This part of the body structurally supports an open heart. With the weight of a growing baby and the stresses of life our shoulders and upper back can round.
It’s the million dollar question.
How to baby-proof your relationship?
You’ve conceived and your baby is on the way but how do you know that the love between you and your partner will last and you will become a parenting A team?
These are my insights into helping the journey to motherhood be more loving, joyful and connected.
Please Sir, I want some more.
I will never forget watching Harry Secombe’s response to Oliver as Mr Bumble in the movie of the same name.
Asking for more with clarity and conviction for your desires is not something to be timid or afraid of. Wanting more inspires growth, creativity and development.
This is a question asked in November’s edition of Red Magazine and it’s an interesting article.
My go-to is Julie Wells.
A gifted intuitive she has over 25 years of tried and tested experience – helping both men and women receive more clarity in their life and making her the not-so-secret must-have, for many successful men and women in business today in the City and leading Corporations.